Purpose: Determines the visual perceptual strengths and weaknesses of students
Age: 4-18.11 years
Time: 25 minutes to administer; 5 minutes to score
Now, just one test covers all of the ages that were previously covered by the tests, TVPS-R and TVPS-UL-R. It remains an easy to use assessment to determine the visual perceptual strengths and weaknesses of students aged 4-0 through 18-11. Items are presented in a multiple-choice format, and responses can be made vocally (by letter of the response choice) or by pointing to the answer choice. This format can be used with students who may have impairments in motor, speech, hearing, neurological and cognitive functions. There are still 16 plates in each of the 7 perceptual areas so that the length of the test remains the same as previous editions. The TVPS-3 also provides new, nationally stratified norms on over 2000 students. It is untimed and takes about 25 minutes. Scoring is quick and uncomplicated. Raw scores are reported as scaled scores and percentile ranks for each subtest; the overall total score is reported as a standard score and percentile rank. Age-equivalents are also provided for the subtest and overall scores.
Complete Kit Includes: Manual, Test Plates, 25 Record Forms
Nancy A. Martin, PhD